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On the Dial | Our First 100 Days

Our First 100 Days | Radio Waves

Our First 100 Days is a music project that will release a new, exclusive song from a different artist every day for the first 100 days of the Trump presidency. All profits raised will go directly to organizations fighting for causes under threat by the new administration. A minimum contribution of $30 gets you all the songs, but the sky is the limit. The first song released on Inauguration Day was "Fly on Your Wall" by Angel Olsen if that tells you anything about the caliber.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 30 January, 2017 On the Dial, Our First 100 Days | 0 comments
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